As the new school term starts we’re inviting people down to The Shine Nail Bar (soon to be renamed St Luke’s CARES Community Hub) to find out about the different groups we have running at Shine this year both in schools and in the community. The Shine Project works with
This Sunday (25th November) between 2-4pm, girls from The Shine Project’s group ‘The South Leeds Young Girls Truth Commission’ (SLY for short!) are running a Family Fun Day at The Shine Nail Bar, Beeston Hill. SLY is a group of girls from South Leeds who come together to talk about
South Leeds may not have swept the board at this year’s Child Friendly Leeds Awards, but we have footage of Errol Murray from Leeds Dads winning the Adult Making a Difference for Young People award; and a terrific performance from the Broomfield Band. Errol is the founder of Leeds Dads,
South Leeds is once again well represented amongst the shortlisted nominees for the 5th annual Child Friendly Leeds Awards. The winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony, which takes place on Thursday 1 February 2018. The Shine Project has been nominated in the Communities and Schools Working Together
A few weeks ago we reported that The Shine Project were going to Zambia to do some volunteering, this trip has now happened and I’m sure you’re all eager to hear about the adventure! We had a fantastic time in Zambia, the girls did an amazing job at adjusting to
Last weekend five ambitious teenage girls, along with staff from The Shine Project and volunteers (and one encouraging boyfriend), set off on what turned out to be a 14 hour walk up and down the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, all to raise money for a volunteering trip to Zambia in August.
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week on Maud Avenue in Beeston, where The Inner South Neighbourhood Policing Team followed up information from the public to make arrests and seize a car in relation
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park, Beeston. Every Tuesday at 4:30pm DAZL hold a dance class for 6-12 year old girls and boys. Momentum is
Leeds-based law firm, Shulmans LLP, has teamed up with The Shine Project to help inspire teenage girls to pursue higher education and embark on a successful career in the legal sector. Launched in September 2013 after receiving funding from St Luke’s Cares, The Shine Project offers support, friendship and mentoring
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week on Lady Pit Lane in Beeston. The more observant of you might have noticed that the Sikh Gudwara (temple) has a new orange flag, or Nisham Sahib.